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WeWork May Get $3B from SoftBank and its Vision Fund

300 million dollars is already in the bag. The remaining 2.7 billion dollars is on the way from the Vision Fund.

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Nutraceuticals Start-up Pure Nutrition Closes Rs 40 Million Seed Funding

Investor Asha Jindal Khaitan, who also help making the business efficacious and encourage the nutraceuticals industry, said that it is a challenge for the new entrants to get into the fast emerging nutraceuticals market

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Backed by Venture Catalysts, Beardo is Set to Leapfrog With 45% Acquisition from Marico

The acquisition is set to strengthen Marico’s portfolio and stake in the men’s grooming market currently worth INR 3,200 Crore

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Zee to Acquire 80% Stake in Tech Startup Margo for Rs 75Cr

The board of the company gave in-principle approval for acquisition of 80 per cent stake in Margo Networks Pvt Ltd at a consideration of Rs 75 crore, ZEEL said in a filing to BSE.

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Indian Angel Network Backs farMart, Farmers Marketplace for Agriculture Equipment

Agriculture plays a vital role in India's economy. Over 58 per cent of the rural households depend on agriculture as their principal means of livelihood.

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m.Paani: Raises $1.35m in Round led by IDG Ventures, Blume Ventures & Saha Fund

Launched in March 2014, m.Paani has successfully delivered significant and measurable top-­line growth to brand clients that include Vodafone India and a top 10 Indian FMCG company.

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VR/AR technology Venture ShilpMIS Technologies Raises Funding Through IvyCamp Platform

ShilpMIS is a fast growing VR/AR technology venture which aims to empower people to create, consume and spread VR / AR content seamlessly.

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Fitness App Fitso Raises $200K from Angel Investors

With this round of funding, Fitso intends to invest extensively in Product Development, expanding its team, making the app more engaging and easy to use.

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UTI's IPO Waiting for Majority Shareholder Consensus

Three out of UTI’s four state-owned bank shareholders have enough capital raising of their own to do because of limited government support and rising bad loans

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